Charalambos (Harrys) Konstantinou

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Charalambos (Harrys) Konstantinou
Assistant Professor, Florida State University

Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS)
2000 Levy Ave, Bldg A, Suite 362, Rm 369
Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
2525 Pottsdamer St, Rm B-371
Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA

Phone: 850-644-4707
E-mail: konstantinou AT caps DOT fsu DOT edu

About

I am an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering with the Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS) at Florida State University (FSU). I received my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from New York University (NYU) and the Dipl.-Ing. – M.Eng. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in Greece. My research interests focus on all aspects of cyber-physical and embedded systems security with particular focus on smart grid technologies.

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Latest News

  • [Jun-10-2019] Dr. Konstantinou is awarded the Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering (SCEEE) Research Initiation Grant.

  • [Jun-3-2019] Dr. Konstantinou is attending IEEE CNS on June 10-12 in Washington, DC, and IEEE PES Powertech on June 23-27 in Milano, Italy.

  • [May-17-2019] Our group received funding from the Council on Research and Creativity (CRC) of FSU to investigate data integrity and security threats to FACTS-supported power systems.

  • [May-6-2019] Fadi is joining Texas Instruments for a summer internship.

  • [Apr-26-2019] Dr. Konstantinou is serving as the guest editor for a special issue in Cybersecurity for the Smart Grid in IEEE Computer Magazine. Please consider submitting a paper.

  • [Apr-26-2019] Dr. Konstantinou presented challenges towards enhancing the security of public transportation at the Cybersecurity in Public Transportation Workshop at the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), University of South Florida in Tampa.

  • [Apr-16-2019] Dr. Konstantinou presented our work on the security of cyber-physical infrastructure of power systems at the IEEE PES Tallahassee Area Chapter.

  • [Apr-15-2019] Congratulations to Shelly for passing her PhD preliminary exam and becoming a PhD candidate.

  • [Mar-29-2019] Our group received funding from the Council on Research and Creativity (CRC) of FSU to expand traditional power systems security analysis methods to handle the complex risk of cyber-attacks.

  • [Mar-8-2019] Our paper “Reinforcement Learning for Cyber-Physical Security Assessment of Power Systems” has been accepted for publication at the 13th IEEE PES PowerTech Conference (PowerTech 2019). Congratulations to Shelly.

  • [Mar-8-2019] Our group received funding from the Florida Center for Cybersecurity to develop hands-on lab exercises for cyber-physical systems security.

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